The man behind the Rosenbergs
The memoirs of Alexander Feklisov provide the missing links to the mystery of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, who were to die on the electric chair in 1953. Sixty years later, the KGB officer who handled Julius Rosenberg tells his story and clears the record once and for all.
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